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What You Need to Know About Cosmetic Plastic Surgery


Posted on 3/15/2024 by Weo Admin
Close up of a beautiful smileCosmetic surgery involves altering or enhancing a healthy body part solely for aesthetic reasons, which is driven by the desire to improve the appearance. On the other hand, reconstructive surgery serves a distinct purpose, aiming to restore the form and function of a body part that has been affected by factors like accidents, trauma, cancer, congenital disabilities, or disease. It is a transformative process beyond aesthetics, focusing on rebuilding and rejuvenating aspects compromised by life events or health challenges.

What Is the Aim of Cosmetic Plastic Surgery?


The primary aim of cosmetic plastic surgery is to alter your appearance and ensure you have proper aesthetics. For instance, cosmetic surgery ensures you have that admirable look if you have protruding jaws or strange nose contours.

Preparing for a Cosmetic Plastic Surgery


Before your surgical procedure, ensure you have secured any prescribed medications essential for your post-operative care. Adhere to specific guidelines regarding dietary restrictions; for many cosmetic surgeries, refraining from eating or drinking is typically advised after midnight. Take proactive measures to discontinue smoking well ahead of your scheduled surgery, recognizing the importance of creating a conducive environment for a smoother and more successful recovery process.

Are There Any Risks to Cosmetic Surgery?


Potential complications arising from the surgical process include mild bleeding, necessitating the possibility of subsequent surgical intervention, or, in more severe instances, significant bleeding that could warrant a blood transfusion. Unusual scarring may develop as a result of skin breakdown. Additionally, there is a risk of the surgical wound separating, occasionally demanding further procedures for resolution. Another potential outcome involves experiencing numbness and tingling sensations due to nerve damage, with the unfortunate possibility of permanence. But you can expect the best results when a qualified cosmetic surgeon performs the procedure.

Following the surgical procedure, the gratification of your enhanced appearance typically persists for approximately 10-12 years. However, the enduring quality of these results may be influenced by factors such as regular facial movements, exposure to sunlight, and the gravitational impact on your features. Over time, the interplay of these elements may contribute to a gradual attenuation of the initial outcomes. You can contact us if you are considering cosmetic plastic surgery.


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PHONE
(608) 960-7650

EMAIL
info@madisonoralsurgeons.com

LOCATION
2921 Landmark Place
Madison, WI 53713




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